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[REBOL] Re: Who read this mailing list?

From: ale870:gmai:l at: 23-Nov-2007 8:12

ML or not ML.... I'm obliged to use ML since I have not an account in AltMe, and AleMe does not work well behid firewall and proxies. Even because I work in a company for all the day and I cannot use AltMe (only port 80 (http) is open, and AleMe does NOT use such port). So, ML is my only feasible solution. Maybe, someone could create a simple Altme like system that works in standard http protocol.... On Nov 23, 2007 7:34 AM, Petr Krenzelok <> wrote:
> Tim Johnson napsal(a): > > On Thursday 22 November 2007, Alessandro Manotti wrote: > > > >> Hello, > >> > >> I was following all the discussions made in these days in this mailing > >> list, and... I asked to myself: is there any RT member (official > member) > >> that read these emails? > >> > > > > <chuckle> We're waiting to find out with bated breath. </chuckle> > > > > The PL that I consider an alternative to rebol is newlisp. If you look > at > > their forum, you will see that Lutz Miller - the developer of newlisp - > > participates almost daily in the community. > > > > Tim > > > Noone reads ML this days probably. Don't get me wrong, although we are > used to, ML is absolutly arcane way of communication, slow. So, now, in > opposite, just tell me, - who speds x hours daily his time communicating > with developers on instant messaging with instant file sharing, bugbase, > private channels, devbase, checklists, etc.? - Carl. > > So, those who want, spend their time on much more efficient channel than > is ML. And as for ML, there are others, who monitor it, and filter it > for Carl, if something important is said. And be sure this thread will > get his notice :-) > > Petr > -- > To unsubscribe from the list, just send an email to > lists at with unsubscribe as the subject. >
-- //Alessandro